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Short George

George Short   Born in 1900 in the mining village of High Spen in County Durham, George Short started working at the pit at the age of 14 and took an active part in the coal strikes […]

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Green George and Nan

George and Nan Green NanGreen was born in Nottinghamin 1904 and was brought up in Beeston and then Birmingham.   Nan Green worked for Spanish Aid in London. Her husband, George Green, served with the International […]

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Guy George

George Guy (Left: as affectionately rendered by Ken Gill during a meeting in 1982) George Guy was born on 1st September 1918 and died on the 4th December 2005.   Guy was the final leader […]

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Sinfield George

George Sinfield George Sinfield was born on January 22nd 1899 in Hoxton, London, one of a family of twelve. He started work in 1913 as a tea packer, then worked in a locksmiths, and ended […]

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Stalker George

George Stalker George Taylor Stalker was born at ‘The Feus’, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire, on 20th September 1887 to John Stalker, a ploughman, later a jute weaver, and Jane Anderson. They had been married on November 7th […]

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Matthews George

George Lloyd Matthews Born January 24th 1917, he came from a well to do farming family in Sandy, Bedfordshire. His father, who owned a 500 acre farm and market garden, was a staunch Methodist and […]

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Brown George

George Brown George’s parents, Frances Brown and Mary Lackey, migrated from Kilkenny to Manchester in the closing years of the 19th century and married there in May 1897. The fourth child in the family, like […]

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MacCullough G(eorge)

G. MacCullough A railwayman from Lillie Bridge, West Brompton who, during World War Two, as a shop steward, organised 100% trade unionism in his depot and a higher output of tanks. MacCullough was awarded the […]